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Bristol fit-out firm aims to build national profile after adopting brand-new look

August 7, 2020
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Bristol fit-out firm aims to build national profile after adopting brand-new look

Mobius Works, the Bristol-based integrated services contractor behind many of the city’s most exciting drinking, dining and working spaces, has launched a rebrand to accompany its growth plans. The new identity has been created in collaboration with Bristol branding agency Hey? What! and includes a new logo, website and...

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Bristol’s hospitality industry ‘will go to the wall’ without more Govt support, expert panel warns

August 7, 2020
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Bristol’s hospitality industry ‘will go to the wall’ without more Govt support, expert panel warns

The hospitality and leisure sectors across the West of England urgently need more targeted help from the government to avoid devastating closures and job losses, experts today warned. With the sectors employing 40,000 people and contributing £40m to Bristol’s economy, their survival is essential.  Yet many commercial landlords are failing...

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Financial boost from government’s ‘shovel-ready’ building fund for Bristol development schemes

August 7, 2020
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Financial boost from government’s ‘shovel-ready’ building fund for Bristol development schemes

Development projects around Bristol ranging from a long-awaited new railway station and an upgrade of one of the city’s busiest roads to pioneering academic and industrial research have received financial support from a government scheme aimed at getting Britain building in the post-Covid era. The seven-strong list of projects...

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Gregg Latchams and Milsted Langdon kick off their ‘Bristol Bounce Back’ initiative

August 6, 2020
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More than 100 business leaders took part in the first of a series of ‘Bristol Bounce Back’ events staged by city-headquartered law firm Gregg Latchams and regional chartered accountants Milsted Langdon. The inaugural interactive online event heard from industry experts on plans for recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.  With...

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Bristol Business Blog: Tim Sloggett, Smith & Williamson restructuring partner. Act quickly to get ahead in the evolving Covid-19 landscape

August 5, 2020
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Bristol Business Blog: Tim Sloggett, Smith & Williamson restructuring partner. Act quickly to get ahead in the evolving Covid-19 landscape

Businesses will struggle to survive if they are not flexible enough to adapt to continual change in the Covid-19 landscape we are now living in. Those businesses that develop the right tools, flexible structures and forward plans will not only survive in the long term but will get ahead...

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Boost for LCP’s Bristol office with arrival of new asset managers

August 5, 2020
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Boost for LCP’s Bristol office with arrival of new asset managers

Commercial property and investment company LCP has expanded its Bristol office with the appointment of two new asset managers. Alex Williams joins from LaSalle Investment Management, bringing with him experience in asset management, investment analysis and property appraisal. Alex, who is also working towards his Assessment of Professional Competence...

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Bristol commercial property agents signal market bounce-back as activity starts to return

July 31, 2020
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Bristol commercial property agents signal market bounce-back as activity starts to return

Bristol’s commercial property market is showing encouraging signs of recovering from the Covid-19 crisis, with activity already picking up again after a near-standstill for three months, leading figures in the industry are claiming. Three reports from leading firms in the sector out this week point to “significant” levels of...

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City planning officers and Motion nightclub back major Temple Quarter regeneration scheme

July 31, 2020
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City planning officers and Motion nightclub back major Temple Quarter regeneration scheme

Regeneration of a derelict part of Bristol’s Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone looks set to come a step closer next week following recommendation for approval by City Council planning officers. The major Silverthorne Lane scheme also has the backing of the owners of Motion nightclub, which is on a neighbouring...

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Bristol serviced apartment group sees more room for expansion in European market

July 31, 2020
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Bristol serviced apartment group sees more room for expansion in European market

The Bristol-based group that owns the successful SACO serviced apartment brand is planning a major expansion across Europe spearheaded by a new managing director. Edyn, which includes the Locke aparthotel brand as well as SACO, is looking at growth opportunities in key locations across the UK and Europe via...

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Promotions at Gregg Latchams ‘demonstrate firm’s commitment to developing staff’

July 29, 2020
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Bristol-headquartered law firm Gregg Latchams has made a raft of promotions across the business, including two new directors, an associate director, senior associate and promotion to associate for two members of its private client team.  Both head of long-term & elderly care Heledd Wyn, pictured right, and head of...

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Bristol legal firms win places on housing group’s multi-million pound panel

July 29, 2020
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Bristol legal firms win places on housing group’s multi-million pound panel

Four law firms with headquarters or major offices in Bristol have been appointed to serve on the panel of leading housing specialist firms as part of a £15m legal services framework agreement. Ashfords, Bevan Brittan, Clarke Willmott and TLT are among law firms appointed by the Birmingham-based Central Housing...

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Engine Shed gets back on track with a new Covid-19 secure offering to Bristol’s tech community

July 29, 2020
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Bristol enterprise hub Engine Shed is to reopen its doors from Monday, August 3, offering visitors socially distanced meeting and work places and new flexible office packages for start-up and scale-up tech businesses. Located in one of Bristol’s most iconic buildings next to Temple Meads railway station, Engine Shed...

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Hotels’ post-pandemic marketing putting off potential guests, according to UWE research

July 28, 2020
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Hotels’ post-pandemic marketing putting off potential guests, according to UWE research

Hotels that build an emotional attachment with potential visitors in their marketing are more likely to attract them back than by promoting their post Covid-19 cleanliness, research by UWE Bristol academics has found. Their study, which also involved researchers from two other universities, showed that crisis communications emphasising shared...

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